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One of the Best tank relic sites I've ever seen

Article about: Sorry if this is a repost, but check out all of these relic pics. Detektory kovů - Demjansk a Sturmgeschutz – Detektor web.cz I'm not sure abou the language, can anyone help. Enjoy Frazer

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    Default One of the Best tank relic sites I've ever seen

    Sorry if this is a repost, but check out all of these relic pics. Detektory kovů - Demjansk a Sturmgeschutz – Detektor web.cz
    I'm not sure abou the language, can anyone help.
    Enjoy
    Frazer

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    Default Re: One of the Best tank relic sites I've ever seen

    It doesn't matter if it is. Is It?? I love the Stug.

    Ty

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    Default Re: One of the Best tank relic sites I've ever seen

    As said before in the original post the poor tank has not been cared for to my latest knowledge.

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    Default Re: One of the Best tank relic sites I've ever seen

    Yes to think after all the hard work in recovering it, Ive heard it now sits in a yard unprotected and the original paint is poping off as it quietly rusts away.
    A crying shame that it should at least have gone under cover!
    LUCKYSTRIKE

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